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We Are One
Dangerous, isolated, and repressive. Growing up in Seoul and later in Portland,
The Kimchi Effect
"What's your middle initial?" adults would demand as they filled out my forms.
음악 for a Korean American Ear
H.O.T. - Candy - white/pink hats and gloves, long multi-colored hair (1996)
I call him Eemoboo for mother’s younger sister’s husband and he calls me Chahmseh for little songbird.
The Dream: Profiles of Undocumented Korean Americans
I came to the United States when I was 2, sleeping on a plane from Korea in my mother’s arms.
The week after he returned from the hospital, she came home from teaching her fourth grade class
The Burden We Carry
Living in Korea hasn't been easy. Well, as easy as I thought it would be.
Burial of an Other Life
The other day my parents told me they had bought their cemetery plots in Zimmerman, Minnesota, side by side.
Happy in Korea
"God," said Paul, saying it like gaaaawd. "Korean guys are a bunch of homos!"